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SynerChi is Ireland’s original Kombucha brewery. Laura Murphy our founder and “brew master” established the first traditional kombucha tea microbrewery or “Kombrewery” in Ireland, when SynerChi Kombucha started life in Stoneybatter Dublin back in 2012. Raymond Coyle founder of Tayto Park and previously of Largo Foods Tayto Crisps brand, came on board as our investor in 2013.
SynerChi is made using a traditional fermentation method so that the live cultures and naturally occurring raw enzymes are preserved. Made by fermenting organic teas with a live kombucha culture of yeast and bacteria, producing a deliciously refreshing brew.
The first documented use of kombucha tea was during the Chinese in Dynasty in 221 B.C. Originating in East Asia, kombucha is known for being an ancient “health drink” even referred to as “Miracle tea” believed to be a potent source of Chi, the Chinese word for “inner energy… the invigorating life force!” Over millennia, people have continued to use live cultured foods and drinks to improve health holistically and promote longevity.
SynerChi Kombucha offers an authentically craft-brewed alternative to regular soft drinks that is full of live cultures, antioxidants and no nasties.
SynerChi is Ireland’s original Kombucha brewery. Established in 2012 and now situated in picturesque Donegal, we are proud to claim DBKB is Ireland’s first kombucha brewery. We have been based in our own custom, state of the art, BRCGS A++ facility in Gweedore, Co. Donegal since 2013, and have created over 20 Irish local jobs in the community. We continue to create, produce and pack all our products at our own site in Co. Donegal. Additionally we are certified by The Organic Trust to produce our organic products.
Our unique micro-brewing craftsmanship produces authentic live kombucha in small batches and without the use of any artificial additives or preservatives. We have nurtured our culture and carefully blended the finest organic teas and tisanes resulting in a perfect synergy of natural ingredients.